Hello everyone! Well, last week’s repetition theme brought the entries flooding in - it’s great to see more people taking part. I’ll announce our winners at the end of this post, but in the meantime let’s set a new theme for the coming week.
I must also apologise for being so late posting the theme - the glitch in the forum meant I couldn’t post a new topic, even after everyone else could get back in! Given that we’re now four days into the working week I suggest we let this theme run a bit longer to give you all time to find your entries. Full info in the ‘how to participate’ section below.
This week’s theme is Shapes
This new theme gives you a decision to make. Thank you to @Unicornlover for suggesting the idea. The challenge is for you to pick a shape and then find a photo which utilises it. Here are a few examples I’ve found to show what I’m suggesting.
You can use anything to make the shapes. For instance, Taylor Kiser made a picture of squares here, using some very yummy looking white chocolate brownies!
In contrast, David Hertle has found some beautiful circles in the Texas Capitol building.
And to show that I’m willing to do this myself, here’s a shot I took on a walk where I set myself the task of photographing triangles. In the end I found them at the railway crossing in our village - it just goes to show you can find a photo anywhere!
So there are some ideas to get you thinking - now it’s your turn to go out and find a shape to photograph!
How to participate:
- Please submit your photo by midnight GMT on Sunday 23rd September
- To submit a photo, hit the Reply button below and upload your image(s). Please limit each post to one image.
- Please try to also share your picture on your page over the main Photoblog platform and encourage others to visit the theme thread to participate and vote.
- To vote, click the heart icon.
- If you post your picture early in the week don’t forget to pop back to see what others have shared and to cast your votes!
Winners of the last theme
We have two winners this week - congratulations to both Ken and Ram!